saturdays with lisa - crafting webcast

Join me on the first Saturday of each month at 10:00am PT (1pm ET) for crafts and laughs!

Learn about a variety of products and techniques for just about any craft you can imagine. Craft along with me, chat with friends, get inspired and maybe even win a prize...and hey, it's only about a half-hour out of your day!

Webcasts are recorded for viewing any time. Links to previous episodes will be listed below on this page...but watching the live show is much more fun...especially if you want to ask questions, chat with friends, and have a chance to win a prize!

You need a computer with Adobe Flash Player and a high-speed internet connection to enjoy the show. Here's how it works:
  • Click here to enter the webcast room at showtime.
  • When you get to the room's landing page, click on "Enter Room," type your first name in the box that says "Screen Name" and you're in!
  • You may get a pop-up window first asking about Flash Player - click "Allow" and "Remember."
  • You do not need a microphone or camera to watch the webcast and type in the chatroom. Nobody can see you - but you all can see me!
  • Be sure your computer speaker volume is high enough for you to hear me.
  • To leave the room, just close your browser window.
  • If you encounter any hiccups in the webcast where the show delays or freezes, it's most likely due to your own internet connection. If it lasts longer than a few seconds, try refreshing your browser and enter the room again.

REPLAYS and PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS

April 12, 2014 - No webcast 

April 5, 2014
Click here for a fun idea - a word mosaic plaque with Craft Attitude and Smoothfoam!

March 29, 2014
Click here to see some fun techniques for greeting cards with new stamps from Mark Montano and a new stencil from Rebekah Meier.

March 22, 2014
Click here to learn some fun mixed media techniques with wrinkled gift tissue, Mod Podge, watercolors and Carbothello chalk pastel pencils.

March 15, 2014
Click here to watch Andrea Currie talk about her new book and I demo a mosaic panel for a greeting card, inspired by a project in her book.